• Charlotte event cancellations and postponements due to Hurricane Florence

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    As Hurricane Florence bears down on the Carolinas, many events in the Charlotte-area have been canceled or postponed this weekend.

    If you have tickets for an event scheduled to place this weekend, we suggest calling ahead or checking the venue’s website or social media pages to confirm the status of the event.

    Here’s an ongoing list of the cancellations and postponements we know about:   

    Friday, Sept. 14

    Alina Baraz at The Underground has been canceled.

    Five for Fighting at McGlohon Theater has been canceled.

    Soul Junction Music Festival at Johnson C. Smith University has been postponed; a new date has not been announced.

    Trial By Fire at Fillmore Charlotte has been canceled.

    All activities and programming scheduled at the U.S. National Whitewater have been canceled.

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    Saturday, Sept. 15

    Alan Jackson at Spectrum Center has been postponed; a new date has not been announced.  

    Amazing Maize Maze scheduled to open at Rural Hill will now open Sept. 22.

    Quidditch Cup Festival scheduled for Rural Hill has been canceled.

    Soul Junction Music Festival at Johnson C. Smith University has been postponed; a new date has not been announced.

    Woofstock Benefit at NoDa Brewing has been rescheduled to Nov. 17.

    Steven Wright at McGlohon Theater has been rescheduled to Oct. 12.

    All activities and programming scheduled at the U.S. National Whitewater Center have been canceled.

    Sunday, Sept. 16

    5 Seconds of Summer at Charlotte Metro Credit Union Amphitheatre has been rescheduled and moved to Thursday, Sept. 20, at PNC Music Pavilion.

    Quidditch Cup Festival scheduled for Rural Hill has been canceled.

    In addition, Carowinds will be closed Friday and Saturday, and the Mint Museums and Levine Museum of the New South will be closed Saturday and Sunday.

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